Our role is to provide information, advice and guidance on all aspects of volunteering for both volunteers and recruiting organisations. We can recruit volunteers for you if you are a voluntary or community group, social enterprise, CIC or a registered charity.

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Latest Opportunities. Please Do NOT complete the form with each opportunity, we are experiencing problems with this and are not receiving the enquiries. Please email your volunteering enquiries to janine@gvs.wales

Make Volunteering Your 2021 New Year’s Resolution

Reasons why Volunteering is your New Year resolutions to make and keep You can support a cause you have a passion for You can do a lot of good within your community It is good for your health and well-being You can meet new people and make new friends You can learn new skills and boost your career It is a worthwhile way to spend your time

Volunteer and provide support, friendship and practical help to parents with young children

To help give children the best possible start in life, Home-Start supports parents as they grow in confidence, strengthen their relationship with their children and widen their links with the local community. Home-Start offers support, friendship and practical help to parents with young children in the local community. Whilst visiting families at home is the traditional Home-Start approach, due to COVID-19, our Volunteers will be asked to support a family through weekly telephone/video calls.

Volunteer to make a regular call, send an email or a letter

Deafblind UK members have combined sight and hearing loss and many live alone with few family and friends around them. Making a regular call or sending an email or letter to one of our members could make a huge difference right now. So many of them live alone and having the opportunity to speak to another person can be of huge benefit to their general well-being.

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